OMAX to showcase new abrasive waterjet line at EMO 2017

Kent-based will showcase its newly released GlobalMAX 1530 abrasive waterjet at Sept. 18-23 EMO Hannover 2017 in Germany, the world’s premier trade fair for the metalworking sector.

The GlobalMAX line brings value-priced abrasive waterjets with the OMAX guarantee to the global market. The OMAX 60120 and the latest generation MicroMAX abrasive waterjet systems will also be on display during the show. Visitors will see live cutting demonstrations on all three waterjets and time studies run on the control software by software experts.

The new GlobalMAX line is available exclusively through international distribution and incorporates two and a half decades of waterjet industry research and development.

“The GlobalMAX product line was created to extend our waterjet engineering and manufacturing technology base to more customers,” said Stephen Bruner, vice president of marketing at OMAX Corporation. “The product line features our proven direct drive pump technology, easy-to-use software, and innovative drive technology. We build waterjet systems that help our customers make money in the short and long term and this product line is no exception. With GlobalMAX, OMAX aims to redefine value-oriented waterjets.”

To learn more, visit OMAX.com.

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